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1995 Republic of China 2001
Republic of China legislative election, 1998
All 225 seats to the Legislative Yuan
1998
Majority party Minority party Third party
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Leader Lee Teng-hui Lin Yi-hsiung Chou Yang-shan
Party KMT DPP NP
Last election 85 seats, 46.1% 54 seats, 33.2%% 21 seats, 13.0%
Seats won 123 70 11
Percentage 46.43% 29.56% 7.06%

On this elections, two hundred and twenty-five members of the Fourth Legislative Yuan were elected. The outcome of the 1998 elections is that the Kuomintang (KMT) has made significant gains, holding for instance a comfortable majority in the Legislative Yuan – winning 123 seats of the total 225 seats. It marks the halting of the downward trend of popular support over recent years for the KMT, including its electoral showing in legislative elections.

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